The Meme Generation


  1. chaztoo:

I had to get this out of my head so I could move on with my life.

I almost forgot to reblog this this year.

    chaztoo:

    I had to get this out of my head so I could move on with my life.

    I almost forgot to reblog this this year.

  2. Oh, this is gonna be fun, Siri.

    Oh, this is gonna be fun, Siri.

  3. hookersorcake:

aww shucks

    hookersorcake:

    aww shucks

    (via hookersorcake)

  4. My phone went missing for about 10 minutes the other day. Today I checked my pictures and found this.

    My phone went missing for about 10 minutes the other day. Today I checked my pictures and found this.

  5. (via TopatoCo: Night Vale NRA Bumper Stickers)
  6. at DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

    at DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park

  7. An original speaker from Woodstock, created here in Haines Square.  (at Haines Square)

    An original speaker from Woodstock, created here in Haines Square. (at Haines Square)

  8. Dedicated today in Haines Square, Medford.  (at Haines Square)

    Dedicated today in Haines Square, Medford. (at Haines Square)

  9. (via What’s Going On With The Government Shutdown? | The Onion - America’s Finest News Source)
  10. loganfaerber:

    For the past 6 months I’ve been hard at work on a book series called “The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure”. I’ve been unable to speak about it too in depth or reveal any details aside from a few preview shots I share occasionally on twitter. It’s been a long time coming, but we finally have a release date schedule mapped out in full for the Cartoon Guidebook to Failure books! My writer and creative partner, Erik Craddock has all the details:

    “Good news everybody! We finally have concrete sale dates for issues one and two, and both books will be on sale Wednesday, September 11th, exclusively on comixology.com!

    Best of all, issue one will be free to download, and issue two will only cost 99 cents. You hear that? That’s sixty-four pages of pure literary awesomeness for your digital reader of choice for less than a dollar!

    So now you have no excuse not to buy it (unless you really don’t want to, which would be really sad…)

    As for the other books in the series, we’ll be releasing each issue on a monthly basis, and the first printed volume (with a super awesome cover on it) will coincide with the digital release of issue three in mid-October! So get ready to laugh hard and fail miserably, because our books are coming to your digital bookstore this fall!”

    This is an excerpt from his personal site, where we now have all the dates posted and previews from each book :

    http://erikcraddock.com/cartoon-guidebooks-on-sale-this-september/

    All book overviews, including page previews:

    http://erikcraddock.com/books/cartoon-guidebook-to-absolute-failure/

    Hope you enjoy them!

    Logan!

  11. ‘Zombie’ by Fela KutiFirst heard this during Chicago’s 2013 Celebration of Dance at the pavilion in Millennium Park. http://www.chicagodancingfestival.com/performances/2013/celebration-of-dance

    ‘Zombie’ by Fela Kuti
    First heard this during Chicago’s 2013 Celebration of Dance at the pavilion in Millennium Park. http://www.chicagodancingfestival.com/performances/2013/celebration-of-dance

  12. vemödalen

    dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

    n. the frustration of photographing something amazing when thousands of identical photos already exist—the same sunset, the same waterfall, the same curve of a hip, the same closeup of an eye—which can turn a unique subject into something hollow and pulpy and cheap, like a mass-produced piece of furniture you happen to have assembled yourself.

    same

  13. "Do you know what I really think?" he blurts, "my own opinion? I think time is running short. I think time is running short. I think there are forces of evil in the world. I think that global capitalism is just, like, one inch away from being everywhere. I think now is not the time to be frittering away playing in a silly-assed post-rock band. I think everything you do in the face of this is inadequate."

    Everything?

    "Yeah!" he exclaims. "Which is good, it’s all good, it’s good to make feeble attempts, right? I think that’s what they are. It’s like throwing yourself up against a big fucking wall and the wall is just getting bigger and bigger…"

    You really think it’s as hopeless as that?

    "That’s not hopeless!" he shouts. "It’s beautiful. It’s beautiful that people try to do it. It’s beautiful that people exist…"

    Efrim Menuck, of Godspeed You! Black Emperor, interviewed in The Wire, May 2000